Ennada,

Parra, Luis E. & Alvear, Carla A., 2009, Revision of the genus Ennada Blanchard (Lepidoptera: Geometridae), Zootaxa 2062, pp. 46-56: 48

publication ID

http://doi.org/ 10.5281/zenodo.186862

persistent identifier

http://treatment.plazi.org/id/03A887E3-FFE4-FFD7-FF4C-FD56FA4DFBAC

treatment provided by

Plazi

scientific name

Ennada
status

 

Key to species of Ennada 

1. Moths with dark to light brown wings: hooked uncus: coniform signum 1 / 3 the length of the corpus bursae; sub-triangular or quadrangular lamella antevaginalis ............................................................................................................. 2

1`. Moths with orange-brown wings, elongated and compressed uncus, apically quadrangular; coniform signum 1 / 7 the length of the corpus bursae; coniform lamella antevaginalis................................................................... E. blanchardi 

2. Forewings with a jugum that extrudes from the anal margin; apex of the forewings with a weakly marked triangular spot; juxta sub-quadrangular without digitiform projections; lamella antevaginalis composed of three areas: a quadrangular central area and 2 sub-triangular laterals areas with irregular edges ............................................... E. flavaria 

2 '. Forewings without a jugum in the anal margin; apex of the forewings with a triangular-form blotch; sub-rectangular juxta with 2 digitiform projections in the lateral and posterior margins; lamella antevaginalis in form of a V ............. ...................................................................................................................................................................... E. pellicata